OneETF by Kenanga

An exchange-traded fund is an open-index tracking fund listed and traded in real time on a stock exchange. It is made up of a collection of securities that tracks an underlying index. As ETFs are bought and sold on an exchange like shares, ETFs are priced and traded throughout the day.

ETFs have the combined benefits of stocks, unit trusts and index funds.

Easy access to diversification

Own a basket of securities with a single trade.


Buy and sell during trading hours just like a stock.

Low cost

Low management fee and zero upfront fee.


You have a first-hand view of what you are buying.


Investors can redeem units easily and obtain cash by the 3rd market day after trade date.


For a small sum of money, you are able to invest in your desired securities investment.

What are leveraged and inverse ETFs?

Leveraged ETFs deliver a multiple of the returns to a particular index on a daily basis. For example, if an index increases by 2%, a 2x leveraged ETF will increase by 4%. In comparison, inverse ETFs, deliver the opposite returns of an index, whereby if an index increases by 2%, the inverse ETF will decrease by -2%.

Appropriate for active traders in the stock market, inverse ETFs are suitable for investors with a bearish view of the market, whereas leveraged ETFs are suitable for those with a bullish view of the market. Both ETFs are for short term (one-day) trading.